Kyocera announced seven new phones
The three CDMA phones are expected to launch in the third quarter of the year. They all are tri-band, supporting the AWS band.
The Kyocera Neo E1100 has themost interesting design. It has a hidden OLED caller-ID display anda unique “light-pipe” on the front. The internal display is 2.2” witha QVGA resolution. It has a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and BREWsupport.
In contrast, the Mako S4000has typical for its class design, two color displays (1” external and1.8” internal TFT with 262k colors). It features Bluetooth, a VGAcamera, WAP 2.0 and BREW.
The more youthful Kyocera Adreno S2400 clamshell phone focuses on the "retro cool" with a tactile finish and curved edges.
The four GSM handsets are initially intended for the Latin-American market, but later, they may become available in other regions.
The most-feature rich among them is the slider E4600. It is quad-band GSM with a 2.2" display, a 2-megapixel camera and a microSD slot.
E3500 is quad-band as well, but has the clamshell form-factor and is equipped with a 2" main display and a 1" external one. Next to the latter are the keys for the music player and the 1.3-megapixel camera lens. Its memory is also expandable via a microSD card.
The last two are the candybars E2500 and S1600. E2500 is quad-band GSM with a 1.3-megapixel camera, while S1600 is dual-band (two versions) with a VGA cam.